14 students from Michigan State University ( Undergraduate and Graduate ) embark on a 4 week quest to make a difference and learn more about the African culture.
Students from different academic backgrounds ( Social Work, Psychology, Education, Pre-Law, Art History) are participating in community service at our Intervention center in Ghana.
Each day brings a new challenge for students, who have taken on tasks of working with our transition program , which consist of 18 children ( 6-14 years old) who have never attended school.
Other students, have taken on the administrative duties, creating databases, and updating records.
The creative group, children are being treating to Step Classes, arts n crafts, music and plenty of games.
Social Work and Psychology majors have teamed up to work with 35 girls – to build self esteem.